About Me: Male, 62, Austin, TX, member since Aug 2009
At time of writing, 65 days detoxed from a 4 year managed methadone/suboxone addiction. It is my firm belief that every doctor that is licensed to prescribe long-term narcotic use should be subjected chemically to a full-blown withdrawal for 72 hours. That way if work
[More]mans comp drops you in the middle of detox, they won't be so quick to push you out the door and slam it shut on you.
56, divorced and the Director for The HeliOS Project...an effort that rebuilds computers and gives them to disadvantaged kids in the Central Texas area
Welcome to our community! Hey there!!! I saw your comment on Peg's journal. I think it would be more helpful for you if you'd post on the substance abuse forum. See journals are pretty personal and we comment on what the person has been writing. Best of luck to you. xoxoxo. sophie.
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